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Notes 2 9-18 word COMMDIS-210
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Date Created: 02/07/15
Sean O Brien Intro to Communication Disorders210 September 18 2014 Where is language in the brain Lateralization 97 of language lateralized to LH Language generally refers to Content and Form Use or pragmatics and paralinguistic features lateralized to RH and bilateral frontal lobes Nervous System Central Nervous System consists of Brain left and right cerebral hemispheres spinal cord brainstem Peripheral Nervous system consists of 12 pairs of cranial nerves 31 paris of spinal nerves Again the central nervous system is made up of the spinal cord and brain more speci cally ABrainstemabove spinal cord below brain major re ex centers including control for breathing BCerebellum little brain motor monitor not high level cognitive function muscle tone posture coordination of movement range and strength C Cerebrum main part of brain above brain stem Not smooth hills and valleys Brain can be divided into 4 lobes know the lobes and primary functions Occipital lobe is mainly related to vision Parietal lobe is the primary sensory cortex Temporal lobe controls memory wernicke s area is in the temporal lobe it is mainly responsible for language comprehension Frontal Executive function attention judgment impulse control planning primary motor cortex Each hemisphere has 4 lobes brain can be divided in half Central Nervous System Brain is separated into hemispheres called Hemispheric specialization left hemi givesreceives signals tofrom the right side of the body the opposite happens for right side Left hemi tends to deal with analytical logical things analyzes little components Right hem tends to deal with intuitive creative things bigger picture items NB Left hemi most of language is processed here Language components Usepragmatics Content Lexicalsemantics Form Phonology Morphology and Syntax
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